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The UK's leading logistics & supply chain benchmarking club

Network and share logistics and supply chain best practice with thought-leaders from many leading organisations. You can learn from club members' experiences and accelerate process-efficiency change management programmes in your company, to deliver leaner, more effective and efficient business practices as well as raising arising issues for discussion, at any time, through dedicated topic-specific focus groups.

LogMark is the leading logistics and supply chain benchmarking club in the UK, helping your organisation improve efficiency and effectiveness and save you time and money.

 

Compare benchmarked data by networking with other organisations and companies to: 

  • Understand overall business performance
  • Accelerate and manage change programmes
  • Improve process efficiency and effectiveness
  • Share industry best-practice
  • Develop continuous-improvement programmes 
  • Benchmark 'outsourced' services performance

  

LogMark members can attend quarterly meetings and complete the annual LogMark survey.

This survey covers a variety of business operations:

  • Operations 
  • Environmental
  • HR
  • Economic Outlook
  • Customer Service
  • Inventory
  • Business Risk
  • Transport
  • Continuous Improvement
 

 

 

Each LogMark member receives a confidential tailored report based on the questions they elect to complete. The report details the average, maximum, minimum and median responses to each question.

To find out more about LogMark or to join today contact 01536 740168 or email: logmark@ciltuk.org.uk

Download our LogMark brochure.

 

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